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  1. angeb20

    ID help please...

    Found this on our small kettle lake shore in southern Minnesota. We occasionally find sea life fossils here, but this is a first for us. Can someone identify? Thank you.
  2. For those of you that hunt rivers and creeks in the Midwest how often do you find horse remains? These three humeri were all found within a 2-mile stretch of a river within about a two year period - along with many other random tarsals, a femur, multiple tibia, and several teeth...
  3. I was recently collecting down on the south fork of the nemaha river, looking through the glacial till gravel, and discovered this very well preserved jawbone. I am unsure of its age or species. Any information would be great to have. I can post other angles of it if needed
  4. Nimravis

    Rockford Quarry

    With today being a chilly (54 degrees) and rainy day, I decided to attend a dual club (ESCONI and the Rock River Valley Gem & Mineral Society) trip to a sand and gravel quarry near the Rockford, Illinois. This pit contains piles of sand and small glacial till cobbles. I have never been to this location and was not sure what to expect, except that fossils could be found there. The rocks at this location that contained fossils are smooth and roundish and though I found fossils, there was nothing great. Between the two clubs, I believe that there were about 12 participants, including our own
  5. aed

    Mystery Fossil

    Greetings... Assuming this thing is in fact a fossil, I hope someone might be able to tell me what creature it is, and from what general time period. The rock comes from deep in glacial till at Groß Pampau in Schleswig Holstein, northern Germany. Thanks!
  6. Micah

    Bison Vertabra?

    Hey all, I found this in a creek in southeast Nebraska today while looking for geodes and although I wasn’t sure at first I’m fairly certain it is at least partially fossilized. (Waiting for it to dry out completely for a more definitive answer on that front). I was pretty sure it was bovid, but am having trouble matching it to a specific vertabra of either modern cow or bison. Since I believe it to be fossilized I thought maybe I should explore other possibilities, but haven’t had any luck. Any input would be appreciated.
  7. jeff510

    Newbie needs help

    I found this on the surface in Westfield, ny about a mile away from lake Erie. This area is all glacial till. Most of the sedimentary rocks strewn about here have fossils, trails, and or ripples. Anybody recognize this?
  8. Chewie213

    Any idea what these are?

    My five year old son and I have been digging in the our backyard looking for agates (found a few) and ran across what I suspect are fossils but have no clue what they are. They were both found in glacial till at about a depth of about 4-5 feet from the surface. The mystery item on the left side of the image is nothing like the usual material I see while digging through gravel/sand mix. The item on the right looks like a small fossilized seed. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  9. GreatLakesLady

    Cleaning stromatoporoid fossils

    Hi, I recently found several small stromatoporoid fossils while hiking in an area of glacial kames, NE Illinois. The fossils I find here have been buried in silt, sand and clay for about a hundred thousand years, and they're sponges! But I love them! They're entirely silicified, vinegar, clr, and muriatic acid does nothing to them. They aren't in matrix, they're just very, VERY, dirty. I may have to accept some as they are, but was hoping a could do more for the ones that are less porous. Already soaked them in SIO and it did whiten them a bit. First pics are before SIO soak. I'
  10. OK, I am new on this forum here, and here's a thing that I found and can't figure out. This is a round, flattened hemisphere about 2.5" in diameter that appears to be half of some kind of concretion or nodule. I'm not sure about the stone it's composed of (forgive me, I'm a complete amateur and not a great geologist) but it feels flinty and shows faint concentric rings on the exterior/rounded side. The interior/split/flat side is a dark charcoal color, more porous than the exterior, and in the center is a vaguely triangular patch that is lighter in color and rougher/more irregular in relief.
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